18 April

SR&ED tax credits are a major competitive advantage for oil and gas companies. SR&ED is Canada’s largest industrial innovation program, returning from 15% to 41.5% of eligible costs for activities […]

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18 April

Investors in the Nigeria’s stock market gained N84bn on Wednesday’s trading session as the market capitalisation of equities listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange increased to N11.257tn from N11.173tn recorded […]

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17 April

FILE – In this Nov. 6, 2015 file photo, a TransCanada’s Keystone pipeline facility is seen in Hardisty, Alberta. Alberta’s oilpatch is celebrating the election of a pro-business government, despite […]

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17 April

/THIS PRESS RELEASE IS NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION IN THE UNITED STATES OR TO U.S. NEWS AGENCIES/ CALGARY, April 17, 2019 /CNW/ – Surge Energy Inc. (“Surge” or the “Company”) (TSX: […]

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17 April

The Alberta oilpatch is applauding the provincial election win by Jason Kenney and his United Conservatives. READ MORE: Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party wins majority government The Canadian Association of […]

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17 April

(Adds details, comments) Calgary, Alberta, April 17 (Reuters) – A right-wing, pro-energy party won a landslide victory in Canada’s main oil-producing province of Alberta late on Tuesday, signaling momentum may […]

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17 April

(Adds details, background) CALGARY, Alberta, April 16 (Reuters) – A right-of-center party that champions the energy industry swept to power in Canada’s main oil-producing province of Alberta on Tuesday, setting […]

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17 April

Jason Kenney has said once his government takes power, he will cancel the province’s deal to lease rail cars. (Canadian Press, CBC) Alberta’s oil industry will be watching to see […]

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17 April

CALGARY — Alberta’s oilpatch is celebrating the election of a pro-business government, despite analyst observations that premier-designate Jason Kenney may not be able to do much about getting new oil […]

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17 April

On one side, you have billion-dollar oil and power corporations hungry for growth. On the other, First Nations whose concerns have long been run roughshod over by these same industries. […]

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